OECD's corporate responsibility guidelines must adapt to the new business environment

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40th anniversary of international standard offers an opportunity for an overhaul, argues Thomas Hajduk of HSG

In 2011, Hillary Clinton heaped praise on the updated OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises. "For over 35 years, these guidelines have occupied a unique space within the world of corporate social...

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